All of these words individually and interchangeably describe what the overflow from a heart of gratitude looks like.
Sing to Him
Tell of His Wonderous Acts
Declare His Glory
Proclaim His Salvation Day After Day
Bring an Offering to Him
Worship the Lord
Give Thanks to the Lord
Remember the Wonders He Has Done
Ascribe to the Lord Glory and Strength
When we are cultivating a grateful heart, we can give thanks, praise Him, proclaim to the broken world around us the truth about our God, remember all that He has done and give Him the glory due.
REFLECT: Which of the words from the list come easily for you? Worship? Singing Praises? Which ones are more difficult? Remembering the Wonders He has done?
RESPOND: Today we are going to “tell of His wonderous acts”. Grab your journal or notebook and write five (or more) wonderous acts that God has done in your life recently. A wonderous act can be how He provided in a time of need, someone He used to impact you or your family’s life, how He protected you or someone you love, or anything else that made you go “Wow, God”. Remember, what is a big deal to you might not seem like a big deal, but it is. If it matters to you, it matters to God. As you pray today, pray those things back to Him as an offering.